9 Songs, 41 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
117 Ratings
117 Ratings
Theropissed ,

So the math is wrong

It's 9.99 for the album but each song is .99 cents, with 9 songs that comes out to 8.91


Viper ,


He is the reason I play guitar

TokiLover666 ,

Brendon Small, YOU ARE METAL!!!

When I saw the bump on Adult Swim about this album's release I cried blood with joy. It's total dildos that Metallica gets their own Guitar Hero game but Brendon Small only gets two songs on Warriors of Rock. But enough sad-talk, BUY THIS ALBUM!!!!

About Brendon Small

An American producer, animator, standup comedian, voice actor, and multi-instrumentalist, Springfield, Illinois native Brendon Small is best known as the co-creator of the popular animated television series Home Movies and Metalocalypse, the latter of which spawned the cult virtual death metal ensemble Dethklok. A Berklee College of Music graduate who also studied comedy and writing at Emerson College, Small and animator, screenwriter, and voice actor Loren Bouchard (Bob's Burgers, Lucy, The Daughter of the Devil) debuted their animated TV sitcom Home Movies in 1999 on UPN. After moving to Adult Swim, the show developed a cult following and enjoyed a four-season run. Bouchard would eventually go on to create the similarly successful Bob's Burgers, while Small and Thomas Blacha (Da Ali G Show, Late Night with Conan O'Brien) focused their efforts on developing the macabre animated black comedy Metalocalypse. Small contributed all of the music to the program -- he did the same with Home Movies -- and the show's neck-snapping house band, Dethklok, would go on to release a string of successful albums, including The Dethalbum (2007), Dethalbum II (2009), Dethalbum III (2012), and The Doomstar Requiem (2013) -- they even released a split CD with Texas alt-rockers And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead. In addition to his work with Dethklok, Small has released music under his own name, beginning in 2012 with Brendon Small's Galaktikon, which he described as a "high-stakes, intergalactic, extreme rock album." A sophomore outing, Brendon Small's Galaktikon II: Become the Storm, followed in 2017. ~ James Christopher Monger

Springfield, IL
February 15, 1975



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